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Name:Edburton Hill
Hill number:18421
Height:193m / 633ft
Parent (Ma):2912  Ditchling Beacon
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:West Sussex (CoU)
Catchment:Adur, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:TQ 23690 10928
Summit feature:no feature: pasture
Col:154m  TQ232110  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 198
(1:25k) OL11 122
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 49 users)ByDate of Ascent
Hassocks to Shoreham walk - left SDW to walk up to high pointjedthehumanoid22/10/2019
Spectacular ridge in great weather but this HP is a little underwhelming- unmarked in sheep pasture.Denise 29/08/2019
Gently domed sheep pasture with sheep.RichardM29/08/2019
20 mile circular from Clayton Windmills - overcast, then sunny, generally windy.atreides788731/03/2019
Had a look at the compound then around to bag my main aim the trig then onward to Edburton Hill.Dugswell221/03/2019
First Hill after a very good lunch at the Devil's Dyke Inn (Chicken BLT + A pint of Sussex). Much drier underfoot on the ridge. Visited with Sarah.Bernard11/04/2018
And Trueleigh Hill. Trail running. From Upper Beeching to Devilís Dyke. 8km Running total. Very muddy underfoot and sleeting throughout. Still fun!Fionalevey21/01/2018
With: solo; From Devil's Dyke along South Downs Way, diverted over here on way to Truleigh Hill.Ian Baines10/09/2017
From Devils Dyke on way to Truleigh hill requiring a diversion to this top.PeterD11/05/2017
Edburton Hill and Truleigh Hill from Edburton.rhalstead01/04/2017
After Truleigh Hill, descended to Edburton on the bridleway.DanMaisieBex04/03/2017
Southwick station - Truleigh Hill - Edburton Hill - Devil's Dyke - West Hill - Wolstonbury Hill - Ditchling Beacon - Hassocks station. Fantastic walk!Mark Jackson04/02/2017
Easy but skirted around numerous cows with young calves who were near to toptrimarc203/05/2016
Last hill of the day before checking into Truleigh Hill YHA. Drove as far along SDW as possible, walking final 700m with a cold wind blowing and sun sinking fast. Flatish top but reasonably obvious HP.jonglew15/03/2016
From NNE, good parking. Tumuli east of spot ht poss as high although too foggy to tellRHW23/01/2016
Parked easily approximately 218 103 on road just before the YHA. Then excellent bridleway.destaylor18/01/2016
Upper Beeding to Mile Oak.Smudge20/12/2015
South Downs Waywindridge06/05/2015
Done whilst doing South Downs Way. Flattish top.Adrian05/07/2014
parked in a lay-by just outside Fulking. Climbed with Devil's Dyke and Farleigh Hill.Sprog27/08/2013
While surveying grassland between Truleigh and Perching Hills. Also walked along South Down's Way to bag Devil's Dyke.Herbert Anchovy29/06/2009
From Poynings up and over Devils Dyke. Run with Lesley - easy diversion form SDW.Chris Pearson01/05/2005
Whilst doing South Downs from Winchester to Brighton.DanHolme09/02/2005
Date uncertain. South Downs Way Charity FundraiserPete West04/09/1999
With: nj; While walking part of SDW from Eastbourne to Arundel. Helen Baines24/06/1980
andrew brown01/03/2019
Ben Rinnes19/02/2018
The Parkers18/06/2017